Toddlers – They are interesting creatures. They are into everything yet still not old enough to understand games or crafts. This can make filling up an Easter Basket challenging. Most of the gifts I buy for her are geared for 3 and up because there isn’t a lot offered for toddlers. You do what you feel most comfortable with, but I buy gifts based on my child’s abilities not age range. I packed her Easter basket full of items that were affordably priced. Most of the items you will see I picked from the Target Hot Spot which offers hundreds of items priced in the $1 – $3 range. They make great basket and stocker stuffers.
I like to buy practical items that she needs, clothes she can wear, a fun toy, and candy for her (aka me)!
Let’s face it, she is still young and will most likely not remember any of this, but it’s still fun for me to give
Toddler Easter Basket Gift Ideas
Target Dollar Spot Gifts:
Bubbles | Bubble Wand which was too big to fit in the basket | Bubble Shooter
Easter Stickers |Elmo Sketch Pad
More Toddler Easter Basket items:
Circo Yellow Shorts and T-Shirt (not pictured) | Inflatable Beach Ball | GoGo Squeez Appleapple Reese’s | Contigo Kids Water Bottle | Easter Basket was given as a gift from this Etsy Shop
What you don’t see are Easter Eggs. We haven’t gotten that far, but perhaps tomorrow or before the big Easter hunt next weekend we will get around to making eggs. She is a toddler with a short attention span, so if it doesn’t happen this year, it’s okay!
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Look whose curiosity peaked right when I decided to take a few photos! Rats! I couldn’t help it and I let her have one gift early – the bubble wand! We played with it for a good 30 minutes outside because it’s gorgeous outside!
The Target Hot Spot makes filling up an Easter Basket easy and fun! If we had a bigger basket, I am sure I could’ve really done some damage! Other Toddler Easter Basket Ideas include crayons, finger paint, shoes, swimsuit for the upcoming summer, puzzles, coloring books, balls, Play-doh, etc.
What Easter Egg Basket ideas do you have?
Do you find it challenging to create Easter Baskets for infants and toddlers?